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Bird Food

The type of homemade bird food you buy - whether it's wild bird food or parrot bird food - can have a big impact on the health and longevity of our feathered friends. Kwik Pets carries all kinds of bird food, including parakeet food, finch and canary food, cockatiel food, lovebird food, dove and pigeon food,  bird chicken supplies, and more. These foods provide essential nutrients like, and other healthy ingredients, the best bird vitamins, and supplements that help them thrive. There are several important features to seek out when choosing the right food.

A varied diet is important for your bird's mental stimulation and engagement. Another key element to look for in bird food is prebiotics and probiotics to support healthy digestion. Probiotics are a beneficial form of bacteria that live in the gut, while prebiotics nourishes them and help them thrive. By adding prebiotics and probiotics to your bird's diet, you can maintain a healthy balance of good bacteria to bad bacteria, keeping your bird's digestive system healthy.

Lastly, look for bird food that contains fruits and berries, vegetables, and sprouts. These are powerful antioxidants that support the immune system and overall health. Bird food high in antioxidants including vitamins A, C, and E, beta-carotene, lutein, and alpha lipoic acid will ensure a lifetime of well-being. Note that when you introduce a new bird food, there will be a transition period.

Frequently Asked Questions

A variety of fresh veggies should be a part of your bird's diet. The majority of birds adore dark, leafy greens, broccoli, zucchini, shredded carrots, snow peas, parsley, cucumbers, and romaine lettuce, among other veggies. Avocado, onion, and garlic should be avoided as they may be dangerous.
It is not required. When birds need the greatest energy, such as during temperature extremes, migration, and in late winter or early spring when natural seed sources are exhausted, bird feeding is most beneficial. In the summer, most birds don't require your assistance.
1. 1 Cup Of Black Oil Sunflower Seeds. 2. 1 Cup of Chopped Plain Peanuts. 3. 1/2 Cup of Striped Sunflowers. 4. 1/2 Cup of Cracked Corn. 5. 1/8 Cup of Dried Fruit.
The ideal bird food is appropriate for the species of birds you desire to feed as well as the local seasonal environment. There are many different kinds of bird food, including low-mess blends, single-seed variations, and self-hanging blocks of bird food. We provide package instructions so you can determine whether a specific bird food is best for the birds in your area.
Lovebirds do well with fresh fruits like pears, bananas, grapes, strawberries, raspberries, apples, oranges, tangerines, kiwi, figs, melon, pitted cherries, and rose hips. You can give the lovebirds dried fruits as long as they do not contain sulfites.